Monday, September 10, 2007
The emotional reception of Kinijit leaders in both Britain and America shows the incredible degree of regard Ethiopians have to these leaders all over the world. With regard comes expectation as well. Here I advise caution. There has never been a political organization like Kinijit in Ethiopian history. That means the threats and challenges facing this political party will be equally monumental. The EPRDF is an advertisement for Kinijit. I think Kinijit's biggest threat probably comes from the inside. In the next weeks and months, we may see people for whom we have had boundless respect making grave errors; moving intentionally and unintentionally to destroy the organization. We may see people trampling upon Kinjit's principles of procedural democracy. The choice is ours: Either we stand firm and tell these people that Kinijit is more than them even though they have contributed a lot to its formation and progress or we choose people over principles and bring the party down. And I say there is only one group which truly benefits from the second choice.
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